The Burrawang Track - Conjola Beach to Buckleys Point
This track leads through a complex coastal community with wind-sheared plants of varying heights, coastal wetlands and bangalay sand forest. The bangalay forest, with its understorey of burrawangs and old man Banksia, is one of the endangered plant communities in the reserve.
Buckleys Point has panoramic views of the coast as well as some heathland dominated by westringia (coast rosemary). There is a remnant of rare littoral rainforest nearby and an interesting honeycombed rock platform at the base of the point.
From Buckleys Point it is possible to continue a further 1.5km to Narrawallee Inlet then return along the beach to the Conjola Beach car park. Alternatively, continue on to do the Narrawallee Inlet Walk and rejoin the Burrawang Track at Buckleys Point (turn right from the Mangrove Track into Buckleys Point Trail).
Warning: the track may become impassable after heavy rain.
Directions: access to the track is about 30m north of the Conjola Beach car park.
Narrawallee Inlet Walk
This is a good walk for experiencing the variety of plant communities preserved in the nature reserve, including forest and mangroves.
Directions: Access is from the car park near the head of Narrawallee Creek Entrance Road. On some maps this road may be called Narrawallee Inlet Road.
Walk from the car park along Narrawallee Creek Entrance Road to the Buckleys Point Trail and then turn onto the Inlet Trail to reach Narrawallee Inlet. Return via the Mangrove Track back through the forest to the car park.